publication . Thesis . 2006

An organization structure analysis for BC Hydro, Power Smart

Lellis, Leandro Bianchi;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2006
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
Power Smart is BC Hydro’s demand-side management (DMS) initiative to encourage energy efficiency by its customers. Currently, they are in the midst of a very significant program redesign to influence their largest transmission voltage customers to use energy efficiently without the capability to award a capital incentive. From their internal operating model perspective, Power Smart is considering moving from an audit based function to a more consultative role. This project aims to provide and evaluate organizational structure alternatives for Power Smart’s Industrial Marketing division to support the organizational change . The current organizational structure s...
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Background ....................................................................................................................1. 1.1.1 BC Hydro. Power Smart. and the Industrial Marketing Division ..............................1 1.1.2 New Pricing Model for Large Industrial Customers................................................3 1.1.3 The Impact of the Stepped Rate Pricing Model on Power Smart Programs ..............4 Purpose. Structure. and Methodology ...........................................................................5..

Scope...............................................................................................................................6 Developing Evaluation Criteria ................................................................................... 45 Evaluating Structure Forms .........................................................................................46 6.2.1 Evaluation based on Power Smart Criteria .............................................................. 47 6.2.2 Recommendation - Structure form ..........................................................................48 Organizational Structure Alternatives......................................................................... 49 6.3.1 Alternative A ...........................................................................................................50 6.3.2 Alternative B............................................................................................................ 53

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